Introducing the x2 Underwater Jet Pack

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It’s always fun to see new inventions for ocean enthusiast. Meet the x2 Underwater Jet Pack, a quantum leap in performance underwater propulsion.

The Problem

Recreational underwater sea scooters are typically low power and unresponsive, more recent high performance pressure jet systems are restricted by tethers.

The Solution

A fast, maneuverable, un-tethered device that redefines underwater movement and gives the user ultimate freedom in the marine environment.

The Opportunity

They are targeting the new market developing around extreme water based action sports. It is an incredible high visibility growth industry, with an affluent core market and well defined customer profile.

As of right now this team has 42 days left on their ShareIn.com page to raise funds! Invest now to earn equity in their company!
Below you can see their pitch video to potential crowd sourced investors.

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